Liquid glucosamine to help a dog’s joints – Rejenease review & giveaway


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‘Mixes easily with food; even picky eaters love it!’

Note: I’ve partnered with Rejenease to bring you this post.

My 8-year-old Lab mix Ace got to try a liquid glucosamine supplement called Rejenease.

As you may remember, my dog has had some joint issues over the last several months, so I was eager to give him a product that might help.

And did it help?

The short answer is yes!

My dog has shown some improvement after taking Rejenease. He seems to be doing better on stairs and recovering faster after his adventures at the dog beach. It’s not a dramatic change, but a small improvement.

In order to understand how the product has helped Ace, I’ll briefly let you know how he was before taking Rejenease.

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My dog’s joint issues before starting Rejenease

Ace’s vet thinks my dog has tendinitis in the right shoulder, which causes him to limp at times. His knees can also get stiff, which I suspect is arthritis.

My dog is one of those Labs who goes completely bonkers over a tennis ball.

I believe his joint issues are due to the hard starting and stopping motions he’s done over the years while playing fetch. Other factors include natural aging and genetics.

Prior to starting the glucosamine Rejenease, here’s what I was doing to help Ace:

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  • Restricted activity, but still making sure to go for daily walks (20 mins or so)
  • A daily fish oil supplement
  • Anti-inflammatory/pain medication (Vetprofen)

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After about four months of the above plan, I was noticing an improvement in Ace’s shoulder and began decreasing his pain medication.

This is when I started him on Rejenease, so it’s important to note he was already showing some improvement.

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My dog’s improvements after taking Rejenease

Ace has been taking Rejenease for about a month. I noticed the most dramatic improvement in the first week, and I haven’t noticed any additional changes since. His knees are noticeably less stiff, and while his shoulder still gets really sore at times, it is also improving.

I have taken him off the pain medication.

Here’s what I’ve noticed, and these are all subtle changes:

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  • Ace’s knees are  less stiff after short trips to the dog beach or playing with dog friends.
  • He recovers faster from these adventures.
  • He has an easier time going up and down stairs.
  • He can now walk up to 2 miles (vs. 1 mile a few months ago).

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Over the weekend, I took Ace to the dog beach and let him run around chasing a ball for longer than I should have. Thankfully, he recovered just fine.

This doesn’t mean I can let him run around like a maniac every weekend. I still need to limit his activity, but Rejenease has been a factor in helping my dog remain active. Because of this, I plan to continue giving him the supplement.

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Rejenease glucosamine supplement for dogsMore about Rejenease:

1. Comes with a 100% risk-free guarantee.

2. Contains 1600 mg glucosamine & 1200 mg chondroitin per ounce.

3. Made in USA with human-grade ingredients.

4. Made without corn, soy derivatives, sugar, salt, gluten or wheat.

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Steven Hourston said he chose to develop Rejenease because it can transform the quality of a dog’s life.

“Because we love our dogs so much, it brings relief and happiness to owners too,” he said. “I feel good that my supplement can make such a difference.”

Giveaway + ordering information & coupon code

The company is giving away a bottle of Rejenease to three lucky readers of That Mutt. The company would like to ask each winner to write an honest Amazon review.

For a chance to win:

Leave a comment on this post that indicates your dog wants in on the drawing (here’s a link if you’re reading this by email or elsewhere). Three winners will be chosen at random on Dec. 23. Must have a U.S. mailing address to win.

For those of you who have already had a chance to try Rejenease, please let me know how it’s going in the comments!

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Ordering info and coupon code

If you would like to order a bottle of Rejenease, it’s currently available on Amazon for $39.95. You can also use coupon code THATMUTT to save 25%.

Would your dog like to try Rejenease? Let me know!

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13 thoughts on “Liquid glucosamine to help a dog’s joints – Rejenease review & giveaway”

  1. I got a free bottle around the time you did and while I started it a little late, I’m pretty happy with the results. And it’s quite easy to take out of the fridge, shake, measure and pour. I must say with having two dogs, and one of them with a recommened dose twice a day, I had to break the little one’s into two as well.

    I’ve noticed the most out of Missy then D.O.G.. Missy would get a slight limp on occasion and I haven’t noticed it nor has CV for the last week. And she’s trying to get up on things a lot more than in the past month. D.O.G. doesn’t show stiffness yet, but I am glad to have him on preventative then reactive!

    I also dated my bottle to see how long a bottle lasts with two dogs, and I’m pretty pleased with how little you need a day. So I’m hoping its going to last for a good month if not more! Plus its pretty reasonably priced. I can get Cosequin at Costco for the same price, however, its too big for Missy to chew and personally I like the fact that it’s a liquid that coats my kibble. That way, when they lick the bowl they get it all!

    And my picky eater, Missy, still licks the bowl clean!

    1. I’m so glad to hear it’s helping Missy. I probably should’ve started Ace on a regular glucosamine supplement years ago as you are doing now with D.O.G., before there are noticeable issues. I will do so for future large-breed dogs.

    2. Thank you for taking the time to share your experience with Missy and D.O.G. It’s great to hear about Missy’s progress and D.O.G. will benefit from your preventative care. If you would like to get another bottle please use the THATMUTT code and Lindsay’s link to save 25%.

  2. For us it is all trial and error. We have tried all kinds of supplements for Katie. Some have worked but in time, not so much. We are still happy with Revitamal for now which is also liquid.

  3. This sounds like a supplement that could help Haley. She gets a little sore and will sometimes limp for a short while if she’s been unusually active earlier in the day. She already gets a fish oil supplement each day, but this might help her too, since she’s getting a little older. Go ahead and enter me in the drawing!

  4. I had our Lab on a glucosamine supplement as he got older. It did seem to help him until the myleopathy got really bad. I now have a pit mix and, although he is still young, I do want to get him into agility or some other activity, and I want to start him on glucosamine before he starts having problems. I’d love to win a bottle and give it a try.
    Oh, and I take glucosamine myself, and think it has helped my knees, too!

    1. Lindsay Stordahl

      I’m glad glucosamine seems to help you as well. I took a liquid glucosamine supplement regularly a few years ago when I was having knee pain. It seemed to help, although there are always other factors.

  5. This is great information and really timely for me. I recently bought some glucosamine supplements for Laika because she’s starting to show signs of Arthritis. It’s only been a week and half so far so I’m not going to recommend it yet but holy cow I’ve noticed a difference. I think a lot of the subtle changes I would normally attribute to “aging” were actually signs of Arthritis. It’s not something I was expecting given Laika’s age but it affects so many dogs. I think I read that 20% of dogs by age 3 are already showing signs of Arthritis; it goes up to 70 or 80% by age 8. I was pretty skeptical but so far glucosamine seems to be working wonders for Laika. It sounds like it working extremely well for Ace. I’m happy to hear that he’s doing so well with them.

    1. Jen, you make such an important observation when you talk about the “subtle changes I would normally attribute to ageing” – these small changes can go unnoticed and yet they reduce our pet’s quality of life. Glucosamine can work wonders in reversing these changes and it’s such a safe supplement. I honestly think it’s worth trying with every dog when they get to 7 or 8 just to see if it makes a difference. I’d recommend using it earlier with breeds known to suffer with joint problems. It’s great to hear your chosen supplement is working wonders on Laika.

    2. Lindsay Stordahl

      I’m so glad you’re seeing an improvement with Laika as well! I didn’t realize she was having issues with arthritis. I know I was noticing some stiffness in Ace’s knees when he was only about 3 or 4. Seems like lots of dogs have similar problems.

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